The folks at LensRentals have discovered something about the Nikon D600 — it seems particularly prone to dust spots. With most of the cameras they rent out, about one in four require a sensor cleaning, but all 20 of the Nikon D600 needed to be scrubbed. The sheer number of cameras they interact with is what makes their observations so interesting. You can see in the image below what happened when dust images were taken from each of the cameras, and then combined in Photoshop to show the dust locations. The left corners and top were all consistently getting grimy, even scaled down to this scale.